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Med Ball Lying Leg Raise

The Med Ball Lying Leg Raise focuses on the abs, promoting core strength and stability. It increases hip flexibility and engages lower back muscles. Ideal for those aiming to enhance core strength.
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Med Ball Lying Leg Raise instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Lie flat on your back on a workout mat or comfortable surface, holding a medicine ball between your feet.
2
Extend your legs forward in front of you so that they're off of the ground.
3
Raise your legs up, keeping them straight, until your body creates a 90 degree angle.
4
Lower your legs back down towards the floor, but do not let them touch the ground.
5
Keep your abs tight throughout the movement and avoid bending your knees. Repeat for the programmed number of reps.
Lie flat on your back on a workout mat or comfortable surface, holding a medicine ball between your feet.
Extend your legs forward in front of you so that they're off of the ground.
Raise your legs up, keeping them straight, until your body creates a 90 degree angle.
Lower your legs back down towards the floor, but do not let them touch the ground.
Keep your abs tight throughout the movement and avoid bending your knees. Repeat for the programmed number of reps.
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